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PHP Doctrine - adding automatic, simple CRUD
October 28, 2008 @ 11:14:27

The ProDevTips site continues their look at using Doctrine in PHP with this latest article in the series that adds in a simple, automatic CRUD system to the application.

I just found myself wishing for automatic CRUD, for quick and simple administrative tasks, as it turned out a very easy thing to add.

They create a model for their Company table and a new controller to handle the admin requests. Throw in some fetching functions, a bit of form handling and a bit of Smarty login and you have a simple admin form that automatically creates itself based on the columns in the table.

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